So, back to work. A few new papers below. The trend towards application-centered papers, for which Kerr frequency combs are “merely” a source of light, seems to continue. But that is a good think.
- Kuse, N., Tetsumoto, T., Navickaite, G., Geiselmann, M. & Fermann, M. E. Continuous scanning of a dissipative Kerr-microresonator soliton comb for broadband, high resolution spectroscopy. arXiv:1908.07044 (2019).
- Bao, C., Suh, M.-G. & Vahala, K. Microresonator soliton dual-comb imaging. Optica, OPTICA 6, 1110–1116 (2019).
- Yu, M., Okawachi, Y., Griffith, A. G., Lipson, M. & Gaeta, A. L. Microfluidic mid-infrared spectroscopy via microresonator-based dual-comb source. Opt. Lett., OL 44, 4259–4262 (2019).
- Hendry, I., Garbin, B., Murdoch, S. G., Coen, S. & Erkintalo, M. Impact of desynchronization and drift on soliton-based Kerr frequency combs in the presence of pulsed driving fields. Phys. Rev. A 100, 023829 (2019).
And below a few more papers venturing into the blue to UV and looking at other nonlinear effects.Continue reading “Publication Update W34 & 35 2019”